The Jamestown Arts Center is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary facility created to benefit the community of Jamestown, Rhode Island, and beyond.
Our mission is to engage, enrich and inspire our community through extraordinary arts and educational experiences.
JAC HOLIDAY HOURS: The JAC will be CLOSED for the holidays Friday, December 22nd – Monday, January 1st. There will be no office hours or open studios during our holiday closure. Our Gallery will be OPEN Friday, December 22nd 10 am – 2 pm and Saturday, December 23rd 10 am – 2 pmMore Info
JAC TALKS: Kim Fuller: Shifting your Lens; creating greater possibility and peace in challenging relationships Thursday, January 25th Talk at 6:00 pm $10 General Admission | $8 JAC Members | $5 Students Kim Fuller is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and has been a professional photographer for almost 30 years. She[…..]More Info
Year round classes where adults can flex their creativity, find a creative outlet or sharpen their skills. Classes offered in fine arts, technology and design.
Teen classes are geared towards the dynamic adolescent brain – Creative classes & workshops in a variety of fine arts, technology and design driven mediums.
Children: Year round dynamic, hands on classes & vacation and summer camps designed especially for children. We offer creative birthday parties too!
The South County Short Movie Club Presents: Through The Red Door Saturday, January 20 Two screenings! 2:00 pm & 4:30 pm Tickets $10 Through the Red Door Through the Red Door 2pm $10.00 USDThrough the Red Door 430pm $10.00 USD
School’s Out Opening Reception: January 19, 2018 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Exhibition Dates: January 19, 2018 – February 24, 2018 Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 10 am – 2 pm, or by appointment School’s Out continues Jamestown Arts Center’s tradition of hosting a Community Outreach Exhibition each January. In 2018 we have invited five[…..]
A furry, baby-sized sentry greets you upon entering the Jamestown Arts Center, where the 2017 Members’ Show, “CREATE/REACT,” runs through Dec. 2. It’s Rebecca Siemering’s “Tuft Enough,” a hand-fringed suit made from betting slips and dental floss. As with many of Siemering’s creations, it embodies an aftertaste of loss and failure — a garment sewn[…..]